Submitted By: Amy Attwood, City Council candidate, Ward 4
A Personal Reflection on Commitment
Commitment. This is of great importance to me because commitment is a value that has characterized my life. Through my years, I have always valued my commitments to the organizations I become involved in. I devote myself fully to the projects I take [...]
The time to vote for City Council is here, and so are reports detailing the type of fundraising in which each candidate has taken part. Council races are competitive in three of the five wards, with two incumbents unchallenged.
We have been observing the campaign efforts of Amy Attwood and her opponent in the Ward 4 race for Lakewood City Council for five months, and we wish to share some of our first-hand observations, as well as what we believe may be some vital questions about these candidates’ qualifications.
It’s election season for Jeffco Public School Board, with three of five seats up for election. Sadly for the democratic process, the candidate for one of the seats, current board appointee Robin Johnson, is running unopposed.
Mr. Ken Bowen’s Lakewood Sentinel Opinion letter indicated that, “For Ward 4 we don’t need a rookie”. With this I take exception. Amy Attwood is more than capable, with the experience, the dedication, and the leadership Ward 4 needs.
Submitted by: State Rep. B.J. Nikkel, R-Loveland, House District 49
Setting the Record Straight on TABOR
Recently, some have attempted to assign the blame for our current state budget cuts on the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights.
The truth is that the Taxpayers’ Bill of Rights has not contributed to our current budget troubles. In fact, without the Taxpayers’ [...]
Over the weekend I had the pleasure of attending the Citizens Partnership Project, which was hosted by Dave Wiechman, a candidate for City Council Ward 4.